technical analysis

This is one invitation to play to avoid.
While big aerospace names falter, smaller names benefit.
Bearish-looking pattern could eventually resolve to the upside.
It lacks momentum for a meaningful upside break.
Chances are, you won't see too many people following you.
There are many weak charts among the homebuilders today, bit this one takes top honors.
Look for a breakout in FEYE in the next week and a move over $50 before long.
There are signs Select Sector Energy ETF could be ready for new advance.
Allow the current shorts to be squeezed a bit.
A bounce should be sold into, not bought.

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